Thanks for your response. So when you upgraded Unity to support 2010, you didn't bring the Unity down?
Ideally, we run the permissions wizard and then install the ExchangeMapiCdo.exe while the Unity service remains up and active with exchange 2003. Then schedule some off hour to change the partner server so we can troubleshoot.
Sounds like we can run permissions wizard without stopping the unity service. Do you know if we can install the ExchangeMapiCdo.exe without stopping the Unity service? And do you know if we do instal the new ExchangeMapiCdo, is it compatible with exchange 2003 ? or will it bring the unity ssytem down?
I haven't had any customers upgrade to 2010 yet so I've not been thru the procedures, but I have a lot of experience with Unity and Exchange in general...so that was the nature of my answers before. I've re-run permissions wizard on a live system, it is touching AD accounts - not the Unity application itself. I'm not sure on the MAPI patch and it's compatibility with 2010 - so I don't want to give you misleading answers without having done my homework there.
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